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Earlier this Sunday (11), several sporting events have already taken place on the planet. In addition to the return of the NFL, America’s premier soccer league, the Italian Formula 1 Grand Prix took place, in addition to Real Madrid taking the field for La Liga. Check out this early afternoon news roundup here on Fans.

In Mexico, Daniel Alves saves the Pumas

Daniel Alves has been crucial in a Pumas shirt after being left out of the team’s friendlies by Tite. Away from home against Toluca, the right-back assisted Gonzalez in the 50th minute of the second half to tie the game 2-2, leaving the club 14th in the Mexican league.

At Monza, Verstappen leaves 7th place and wins the Italian GP

For all those who were emotionally waiting for the Italian Grand Prix, it did so in the most unexpected ways. With two safety cars, one late in the race, Max Verstappen took advantage of the yellow flags to drop to 7th on the grid and take the win.

Racing at home, Ferrari managed to secure the podium with Charles Leclerc also hoping for a great race from Carlos Sainz, who started on the penultimate row due to penalties in free practice. Mercedes’ George Russell completed the podium.

Formula 1 returns to the tracks only on October 2, with the Singapore Grand Prix. For Verstappen, the title is getting closer and closer and up for grabs in Japan.

Real Madrid leave but Vinny Jnr and Rodrigo guarantee team’s unbeaten record

Playing at the Santiago Bernabeu, looking to maintain their 100% record, Real Madrid battled Mallorca in La Liga. With Muriki at the back, Real Madrid equalized through Federico Valverde in stoppage time in the first half.

In the closing stages, Ancelotti brought on Modric for Hazard and the pressure for a comeback resulted in a goal from top scorer Vinicius Junior. The former Flamengo Brazilian struck to give Real the lead after a superb move from Rodrigo, with Rodrigo and Rudiger eventually securing a 4-1 victory. As a result, Madrid remain in the lead, being the only club. winning five games in the Spanish league.

The time has come. Today is the return of the NFL on Sundays.

After six months of waiting, football fans are back to their franchise. This Sunday brings 14 games to the United States with NFL Week 1, and the tour features five division classics. In addition, RedeTV will carry its first regular season broadcast on open air television with the Las Vegas Raiders vs. Los Angeles Chargers compact.

Closing out the traditional Sunday Night Football night, Tom Brady will see action for the first time in the new season. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers travel to Dallas to face Dak Prescott’s Cowboys.

A classic afternoon, the battle for the G4 and the finals at the US Open and the world of volleyball

Few decisions will be made in sports other than football on Sunday afternoon. In tennis, current world No. 3 Carlos Alcaraz of Spain is in a title decider against No. 5 Kasper Ruud of Norway. If the Spaniard wins, he leads the modal ranking.

Meanwhile, in volleyball, Poland and Italy decide the title of the Volleyball World Cup in Katowice. On the other hand, the Brazilian team comes to the court earlier against Slovenia in the dispute for the third place. The decisive matches of the competition will be shown by SporTV 2.

In soccer, the Brasileirão Serie A has a classic between São Paulo and Corinthians at the Estádio do Morumbi. In addition, Coritiba and Atlético GO compete in the battle to escape the relegation zone. In Serie B, Gremio and Vasco face off in a worthy battle for 3rd place. In the international championships, the classic Monaco-Lyon for the French championship takes place at 15:45.

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